Burning Flame Slot Review
Gear up ladies and gents, because it’s time for another fruit slot review. Except that this time, the fruit is hot. Why is the fruit hot? Because it’s surrounded by flames. Who lit the fire? I don’t know, ask the game developers.
Burning Flame is a 5-reel, 5-payline video slot powered by software from GameArt. Get ready for some serious heat, because Burning Flame is all about fruit on fire. No, before you ask, the fruit isn’t actually alight. It’s just situated on top of a fiery background. Symbols include cherries, lemons, plums, oranges, grapes, bells, and lucky 7s. There is no Wild, and the Scatter is represented by a star. The controls are as straightforward as you’d expect for a fruit slot, so no surprises here folks. Let’s run through them anyway, just to be naughty. This is a Spin and Stop slot, meaning that you choose when you want the slot to, ahem, stop. There’s also an Auto Play feature, just in case you get tired of spinning the reels by hand. The controls are situated below the reels and are Settings, Paytable, Bet per line, Auto Play, Spin/Stop, Balance, Total Bet, and Win.
As far as features go, this slot is pretty sparse. However, there is a top prize of 1000x your original stake.
This is pretty much just your traditional fruit slot but in a modern setting. The star Scatter symbol is the only unique feature on the slot, and it’s still relatively simple. Essentially, it just pays out whenever three land anywhere on the reels. Contrastingly other symbols must land on the same line.
Burning Flame is a traditional fruit slot with a modern twist. The graphics are good but, again, elementary, and the soundtrack is also conventional but will at least have you feeling a hint of nostalgia for the old casino days. It’s available on any device, but I preferred it on my tablet.
Look, this one might not be anything too special, but it does what it set out to do. It really is just a good, old-fashioned fruit slot (with a modern twist) and I cannot fault it for that. At the very least, it’s honest about what it is, and I respect that.